Indian Spices

Spices thrive in the hot and humid, semi-tropical climate that India enjoys, and it is ground zero for food that delivers pungent, fragrant flavors. Peppery and bold curries are staples of Indian food, with their different blends reflecting different regions of this large country and the culinary styles that abound. Black pepper is indigenous to India and is widely regarded around the world as the King of Spices but in India, cardamom is its anointed Queen. Often, traditional Indian spices are familiar to Western palates, but are used in exciting combinations.

Amchur
Amchur
(am-CHOOR)
Anise Seed
Anise Seed
Sweet, warm Anise Seed are small, pleasantly striped, greyish-brown seeds, often seen with a completely edible stem attached.
Asafoetida Powder
Asafoetida Powder
Asafoetida (pronounced “ah-sah-FEH-teh-dah”), is also called asafoetida powder, asafetida, or compounded asafoetida powder.
Black Cardamom Pods
Black Cardamom Pods
Smoky, spicy, savory, soothing Black Cardamom Pods deliver the highs and lows of edgy flavor.
Black Cumin Seed
Black Cumin Seed
Black Cumin Seeds, Bunium persicum, are also known as Elwendia persica, Kala Jeera, Shaahi (or Shahi) Jeera, or Black Caraway.
Black Mustard Seed
Black Mustard Seed
Black Mustard Seeds, Brassica nigra, are also called black mustard, brown mustard, or true mustard.
Black Pepper Coarse Grind
Black Pepper Coarse Grind
Black Pepper Coarse Grind is also called coarse ground pepper or, simply, coarse pepper.
Black Pepper Cracked
Black Pepper Cracked
The first thing you experience when you use Cracked Black Pepper is that warm rush of heat that hits at the back of the throat and travels from nose to mid-chest
Black Pepper Fine Grind
Black Pepper Fine Grind
Peppercorns set to a coarser grind, can impart big pepper flavor on food and while that is delicious, it can occasionally be too much.
Black Pepper Medium Grind
Black Pepper Medium Grind
This medium grind black pepper Piper nigrum is freshly ground black pepper that we grind weekly in our facility.
Brown Mustard Powder
Brown Mustard Powder
Mustard comes in three varieties - yellow mustard (sometimes referred to as white mustard) is the most common, followed by brown and then black mustard.
Brown Mustard Seeds
Brown Mustard Seeds
Mustard seeds are one of the most unappreciated spices in the U.S.
California Garlic Powder
California Garlic Powder
Garlic Powder, Allium sativum, is also referred to as garlic power, California-style garlic powder, or powder garlic.
California Granulated Garlic
California Granulated Garlic
Granulated Garlic, Allium sativum, is also referred to as California granulated garlic, best granulated garlic, or garlic granule.
California Granulated Onion
California Granulated Onion
Granulated Onion, Allium cepa, is also called onion granules. Granulated Onion has an essential oil of .01% to .015%.  
California Minced Onion
California Minced Onion
When you choose California Minced Onion, you’re choosing powerful flavor and great texture.
California Onion Powder
California Onion Powder
Finely ground California Onion Powder exposes the maximum amount of an onion’s surface area, delivering pure flavor with no delay.
California Roasted Granulated Garlic
California Roasted Granulated Garlic
California Roasted Granulated Garlic, Allium sativum, is also referred to as roasted garlic granules or granulated, roasted garlic.
California Roasted Minced Garlic
California Roasted Minced Garlic
Roasted Minced Garlic, Allium sativum, is also referred to as dried garlic, dehydrated roasted garlic, or dried minced garlic.
California Toasted Granulated Onion
California Toasted Granulated Onion
California Toasted Granulated Onion delivers bold and savory flavor, tempered by roasting to coax out an onion’s sweet caramel notes locked inside.
California Toasted Minced Onion
California Toasted Minced Onion
Toasted to savory perfection, our California Toasted Minced Onion provides the deep, satisfying smell and flavor of roasted onions, with a little bit of texture and none of the tears.
California Toasted Onion Powder
California Toasted Onion Powder
Do you want the sweet, deep flavor of toasted onions without tears or toasting?
Cardamom Pods
Cardamom Pods
Cardamom (pronounced “kaar·duh·muhm”), Elettaria cardamomum, is also called green cardamomn pods or green cardamom.
Cardamom Seeds
Cardamom Seeds
Tucked inside the fibrous pale green jacket of a cardamom pod sit twelve or so nubbly little black seeds.
Coriander Seeds
Coriander Seeds
Coriander Seeds (pronounced “kaw-ree-an-dr"), Coriandrum sativum, is also called coriander seed, coriander spice, or cilantro seed.
Cracked Fennel
Cracked Fennel
Native to the Mediterranean, fennel eventually spread north into Europe and also to the Far East. There are two types of fennel - bitter fennel and sweet fennel.
Crystallized Ginger
Crystallized Ginger
What happens when you take a tender young knob of sweet, spicy, ginger root, with its bracing and adventurous peppery bite and surprising lemon lift, cut it in slices, immerse it in syrup and rol
Cubeb Berries
Cubeb Berries
Barely known in the west, Cubeb has experienced a recent resurgence with spice aficionados as a delightful exotic spice.
Dill Seed
Dill Seed
Dill Seeds, Anethum sowa, are also called Indian Dill, American Dill and European Dill (also referred to as true dill Anethum graveolens).
Dill Weed
Dill Weed
An ancient herb with a wide footprint Dill is indigenous to Eastern Europe.
Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Dried Fenugreek Leaves
Dried Fenugreek Leaves (pronounced "feh-nyuh-greek"), Trigonella foenum-graecum, is also called dry fenugreek leaves, dried fenugreek, or dry fenugreek.  
Dried Lemon Peel
Dried Lemon Peel
Lemon Zest, Citrus limon, is also called lemon zest seasoning, lemon peel, or dried lemon zest. Dried Lemon Peel has an essential oil content of between 1.5% - 2.5%.
Dried Mint
Dried Mint
Dried Spearmint, Mentha spicata, is also called dried mint, dried spearmint leaves, or dried mint leaves. Dried Spearmint has an essential oil content of .5%.  
Dried Shallots
Dried Shallots
Dried Shallots (pronounced “sha-luhts"), Allium cepa variety aggregatum, are also called dry shallots, dried shallot, or dehydrated shallots.
Fennel Seed
Fennel Seed
Aromatic Fennel Seed has a decidedly licorice smell that greets you as soon as you open the jar, with undertones of molasses and a touch of pepper.
Fenugreek Seeds
Fenugreek Seeds
Fenugreek Seed (pronounced "feh-nyuh-greek"), Trigonella foenum-graecum, is also called fenugreek, or methi seeds.
Ginger Powder
Ginger Powder
Ginger Powder (pronounced “jin-jr"), Zingiber officinale, is also called powdered ginger, ginger root powder, or ground ginger.
Ground Ajwain
Ground Ajwain
Dusky gold Ground Ajwain seed is fragrant and pungent, a chameleon-like spice that mimics the flavors and characteristics of other spices and herbs, while adding its own little bang.
Ground Anise Seed
Ground Anise Seed
Warm and toasty Ground Anise Seed brings cozy flavors to your kitchen.
Ground Bay Leaves
Ground Bay Leaves
Ground Bay Leaves, Laurus nobilis, are also called bay leaf powder, ground bay leaf, or bay leaves powder. Bay Leaves have an essential oil of .8% - 3.0%.  
Ground Cardamom
Ground Cardamom
There's nothing subtle about the taste of Ground Cardamom.
Ground Celery Seed
Ground Celery Seed
Ground Celery Seed, Apium graveolens is also called celery seed powder, celery powder, or ground celery. Ground Celery Seed has an essential oil of 2.0% to 3.0%.
Ground Cloves
Ground Cloves
Sharp and fruity, with a flavor that hints of cinnamon, pepper, and a little heat, reddish-brown Ground Cloves is an unforgettable spice.
Ground Coriander
Ground Coriander
Ground Coriander has a light, feathery texture and a lemony aroma when freshly ground, with a flavor profile that is warm, nutty and sweet, with hints of citrus.
Ground Cumin
Ground Cumin
Ground Cumin (pronounced "khu-min"), Cuminum cyminum, is also called cumin powder, cumin spice or cumin seasoning.
Ground Fennel
Ground Fennel
Fennel is native to the Mediterranean and subsequently spread farther north into Europe and also to the Far East. There are two primary types - sweet fennel and bitter fennel.
Ground Fenugreek
Ground Fenugreek
Fenugreek is native to the eastern Mediterranean and was cultivated in Egypt as early as 1,000 BC.
Ground Korintje Cinnamon
Ground Korintje Cinnamon
Ground Korintje Cinnamon, Cinnamomum burmannii, is also called Korintje cinnamon, Indonesian cinnamon, or just Korintje.
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